Molly-Mae Hague hits back at speculation Tommy Fury flew her to NYC to propose
By SEAMLESS DAILY
07 January 2022
Talking about how Tommy had surprised her with a last minute trip across the world while they were on a walk in Manchester, Molly-Mae said : 'He was like, "I'm taking to you New York". '
It comes as followers in the comment section announced they were unsubscribing after being offended by her 'tone deaf' remarks on wealth inequality on a recent podcast.
Basically it's been a lot to take in.
As Tommy winked in the background, Molly-Mae said : 'Don't look like you are Tommy because everyone is going to be like "oh, he's going to propose".
' I'm not saying that he won't propose at some point in the next year but I know this trip is not the one, so don't get your hopes up. '
After the show, they soon moved in together and often talk about their hopes for marriage and children in the future.
Meanwhile, Molly-Mae's subscribers took to the comment section to share their opinion of the backlash the influencer has faced for making controversial statements, with some choosing to hit the unsubscribe button.
an interview was first shared on youtube on december 13, went viral on wednesday when it was shared on twitter.
in the clip, molly, who last year was named the creative director of clothing brand prettylittlething, a title with a seven-figure salary, said : 'you 're given one life and it's down to you what you do with it.
You can literally go in any direction.
"when i 've spoken about that in the past i have been slammed a little bit, with people saying 'it's easy for you to say that because you 've not grown up in poverty, so for you to sit there and say we all have the same 24 hours in a day is not correct. '
carol explained :' i'm saying is correct.
She went on :' I understand we all have different backgrounds and we 're all raised in different ways and we do have different financial situations, but I think if you want something enough you can achieve it.
“ It just depends on what lengths you want to go to get where you want to be in the future. ” Hague's ignorance around social mobility is rather galling – research shows class inequalities cause barriers to education, employment and pay – but it seems to me there ’ s an entrenched belief in individualism at play in her comments.
she then added :' i 've worked my absolute a**e off to get where i am now. '
What reflection on how our society awards idiots.
Meanwhile many of those who make a meaningful contribution struggle,' typed a third.
A third added : 'Love the connection you and Tommy have, it's so beautiful to see!
Keep staying true Molly Mae, your influence is real ! '
A statement read : 'Molly did a podcast interview in December about her own rise to success.
'If you listen to this interview you can see the whole conversation was about her own personal circumstances, how she has grown up and this small clip in the conversation was talking about a quote that inspires her.
'This part of the interview was discussing time efficiency relating to success.
molly refers to a quote which says "we all have the same 24 hours in a day as beyonce".
'She was discussing her own experience and how she can resonate with this specific quote.
molly-mae then said she understood that some people are poor- but that "if you want something enough you can work hard to achieve it is how she keeps determined with her own work to achieve more in her own life.
'Molly is not commenting on anyone else's life or personal situation she can only speak of her own experience.
Social media users have shared a short snippet from this interview with words such as 'if you are homeless buy a house' and "if you are poor be poor" these are absolutely not Molly's words, these are not Molly's thoughts and this isn't at all the meaning or thought behind that conversation. '
Molly-Mae Hague rose to fame during her stint on Love Island- where she worked really hard to numb the nation's brains with her hetero banter and mundane taste in men who all look the same.
In fact, according to reports, the star was earning a staggering £11,000 a week between August 2019 and August 2020, all thanks to partnerships from brands such as PrettyLittleThing.
And with her new-found style- we 'll call it 'Look at me, I ’ m rich ’- Molly-Mae also found a startling discovery.
Of course, you 'll probably know that Molly-Mae was actually talking about people who live in poverty, who aren ’ t handed seven-figure deals or gifted gold and diamonds, who have to show up to the food bank after working at the hospital all day to feed their kids.
You know, lazy people.
Within seconds of making the comment, the internet exploded.
but molly-mae and all the other influencers to make more money.
Stop buying from their ethically empty companies and aspiring to become them.
This wasn ’ t because of a PrettyLittleThing competition she may have been promoting – instead, the Love Island star came under fire for her comments on success, wealth and background during an interview on Steven Bartlett ’ s podcast, Diary of a CEO.
Differentiating factors include education and job type, but after controlling all of those elements the survey found "those from working-class backgrounds are still paid £2,242 less than more privileged colleagues".
Fans of the meritocracy model rely on wheeling out these success stories in order to push the narrative that anyone can become a millionaire and revel in the delusional gratification that success is solely down to hard work.
If we could all get rich based on merit alone, poverty wouldn't exist.
In my opinion, for Hague to insinuate that someone in a lower-paid job works less hard than someone on a higher wage is to spew Thatcherite ideology under the guise of "girlboss" entrepreneurialism, which might inspire her fans to buy into a false sense of security.
The UK living wage for people aged 25 and over is £8.72.
'Hustle culture and the effects of pretty privilege are exhausting. '
The podcast was called 'The Diary of a CEO ', where I think she felt the need to say inspiring things like 'follow your dreams' and 'you can do anything '.
The influencer also had her Wikipedia page tampered with as a result of being branded 'Margaret Thatcher with a fake tan' by angry fans on Twitter.
' I 've had male guests say what she said.
'Lots of people come from poverty and do really well in life.
And if they can ’ t make it, it ’ s like, well let ’ s take it out on someone who has made it.
The social media star told MailOnline : 'The things that I 've achieved since coming out of that show aren't really down to the show they 're more down to my drive and ambition to do big things. '
'Everybody when they come out of that show is given the same opportunities- we all have the same 24 hours in the day- and where you take your life when you come out of a show like that is totally dependent on who you are as a person. '
When asked where her ambition to keep striving comes from, Molly joked : 'Pushy parents ! '
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